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Re: Birth/Death Margaret McMillan
Posted by: Alex Dow (ID *****6925) Date: November 19, 2012 at 13:10:14
In Reply to: Birth/Death Margaret McMillan by SONC902 of 66394

This appears to be the family in the 1901 Census-

1901 census transcription details for: 2, Mary Street, Glasgow
Print Close National Archive Reference:
RG number: RG13
Piece: 644
Folio: 64
Page: 4
Reg. District: St Rollox
Sub District:
Parish: Glasgow
Enum. District:
Ecclesiastical District: Barony
City/Municipal Borough:
Address: 2, Mary Street, Glasgow
County: Lanarkshire
Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation , Disability Where Born
MCMULLAN, Daniel Head Married M 29 1872 General Labourer
Ireland
MCMULLAN, Mary Wife Married F 30 1871
Ireland
MCMULLAN, Flora Daughter F 6 1895 Scholar
Ireland
MCMULLAN, Mary Daughter F 3 1898
Glasgow, Lanarkshire
MCMULLAN, Daniel Son M 2 1899
Glasgow, Lanarkshire
MCMULLAN, Annie Daughter F 1 1900
Glasgow, Lanarkshire


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There is a DANIEL McMULLAN Birth in 1899, Glasgow City, Milton, on Scotland's People.


And there is a similar MARGARET McMULLAN Birth in the same area etc, 1904.


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There is a WILLIAM MARSHALL to MARGARET McMULLAN [Surname variants] Marriage in 1922, Glaasgow City, Hillhead.

Also Death of Margaret McMullan born in 1904, died 1979.

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Whilst I have not specifically the names of Grandparents in place of Parents on a Marriage Record, I have found the names of a couple given as "Parents" who would have been aged definitely under 10 when the Bride was born!

There was some sort of connection, as the male Surname of the couple was the same as the Btide and therefore the same as her correct father when I found the Bride's Birth Record.

It may bethat the couple were informal guardians etc of the Bride - but nothing noted in the Marriage Record.

And the couple had married only four years earlier. In fact this was the clue to there being discrepancies.

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No Guarantees !!

Cross-check everything.

Alex Dow


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